|Re: XP Plug-in 0.1 available [message #27922 is a reply to message #27842]
||Mon, 29 January 2007 20:05
Originally posted by: phaumer.xxx.com|
The Zip file seems to be rather a Method Library that comprises of one
When you unzip it you can load it into EPF Composer using the File ->
Open -> Method Library operation.
To import the one Method Plug-in that this library contains into any other
library, you need to export it first using File -> Export -> Method Plugins;
then load your library and import it with File -> Import -> Method Plug-in.
Thanks and best regards,
IBM | Eclipse Process Framework Committer
"Ricardo Balduino" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I should clarify this is a method plug-in, as any other you can create
>using EPF Composer (pretty much like the OpenUP plug-in).
> What you have to do is to unzip the file from
> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epf/XP/library/XP_library-0.1-20071601.zip
> and open the library.xmi file using EPF Composer. Once you do it in
> Composer, you can author content and create extensions to the XP plug-in.
> I hope that helps.
> Ricardo Balduino.
> "Rob Robason" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> What's the recommended method for installing this plug-in?
>> "Ricardo Balduino" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> As expected, the XP Plug-in 0.1 has been made available.
>>> You can donwnload it from the EPF web site, downloads area. You can
>>> always grab the latest from CVS.
>>> Please check www.eclipse.org/epf for more information.
>>> We hope to see the community using this plug-in and interacting with the
>>> EPF team to make it evolve.
>>> Thanks in advance for your interest and time!
>>> Ricardo Balduino
>>> Senior Software Engineer
>>> IBM Rational (www.ibm.com/rational)
>>> EPF Committer (www.eclipse.org/epf)
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